Combinations: Combination of 3.7% N Benzoy lsulfanilamide, 3.42% of sulfathiazole, sulfacetamide of 2.86% and 0.64% urea.
Sultrin is a vaginal cream which is used to treat infections of the vagina and cervix caused by organisms susceptible to its action.
Prescription is required.
It is injected into the vagina using an applicator in mornings and evenings for 4-6 days and can be reduced to half applicator to complete 10 days of treatment.
Do not use the Sultrin if you already had an allergic reaction to sulfa type drugs, diuretics and oral hypoglycemic agents.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
Sometimes we experience local discomfort and a burning sensation in the use of this product. If these symptoms persist, they require treatment discontinuation. Similarly the appearance of rash requests that interrupt the treatment.
The sulfa drugs used in the composition of Sultrin little or no absorbed by blood and not interact with other medicines.
It is important to complete the treatment; even during menstruation and even if it is thought to be cured before the end.
During pregnancy, the use of an applicator can be hazardous, so talk to your doctor before using.
We do not recommend the use of tampons during the treatment period; they absorb some of the drug.
Sultrin is used mostly to treat non-specific vaginitis. But we now come to identify most of the micro-organisms, and available treatments against them more specific and effective.
We consider Sultrin as a drug more or less valid. On the one hand, it often produces hypersensitivity reactions, and on the other hand, we doubt its effectiveness, most microorganisms responsible for vaginitis are not sensitive to these sulfa.
In addition, the prevailing acidity in the vagina would not be appropriate for a valid action of this drug. It is also thought that the pus and cellular debris accompanying the infection make it difficult to have access to tallow mucosa on which they must act.